How are your oats fertilized?

Everything we make is vegan. And everything we do champions plant-based consumption and sustainable production, not just for the sake of people’s health but also for the future of our planet and the well-being of coming generations. When it comes to oat farming, our oat suppliers are fully compliant with the rules for conventional and organic farming. For conventional farming, both artificial fertilisers and manure are common practice. Our organically farmed oats are KRAV certified -- the most ambitious third-party organic certification in Sweden (read more about KRAV here: Organic farming aims to create a closed-circuit based on nutrient recycling, so manure and residue from animals (such as bone meal) are approved as organic fertilisers. Artificial fertilisers are forbidden in organic farming.

All Oatly products are 100% vegan and meet the criteria for vegan labelling. They are 100% vegan and contain no traces of animal products. Today we have two organic products on the UK market, Organic Oat Drink and Organic Creamy Oats.

To get even smarter around all of this, we’ve engaged in several research projects on sustainable production and consumption. And have financed a research study on sustainable farming conducted by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences that examines, among other things, the use of green fertilisers.

Everyone at Oatly imagines a future food system with the lowest possible environmental impact. And that demands a major shift from an animal based agricultural system to a much more sustainable plant-based one. We think our vegan products made from oats is a part of that change.
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